Photo credit: Leah LaRiccia Photography

We love the Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation! We’ve planned many events there and each one has been completely unique and lots of fun. The museum itself has so much to see, but we are really in love with the Jackson Room upstairs, which was used for the ceremony and reception during Carolyn and Lucas’ wedding on October 7.

We had a great team of vendors for this one and couldn’t have been happier with the outcome. We rented gorgeous Antique Napa Chairs from PEAK, which fit the rustic vibe of the room perfectly. The bistro lights from DesignLight created a wonderful atmosphere as they hung from the ceiling and also behind the Chuppah. It truly felt magical!

Carolyn and Lucas’ friends officiated the wedding, which made for a lovely, personal ceremony. The guests then headed into the museum for cocktail hour. During this short timeframe, the amazing staff of Capers Catering flipped the room, and what a transformation!

Carolyn and Lucas both love traveling, exploring new places and learning fun facts about each destination. That coupled with the fact that they had guests who came from all over the world to celebrate their big day, it only seemed fitting to have a travel-themed wedding!

As event planners, we adore the little details and this wedding had some great ones, such as the luggage tag escort cards and table name cards, designed and printed by Print House and travel-themed favors, which included treats from Vermont and Brazil, where Carolyn and Lucas are from, respectively.

Carolyn and Lucas really wanted to make sure their guests had a great time; playing a mix of Latin music and top 40’s, Signature Band definitely helped them to achieve this goal. It was such an honor to be a part of this sweet couple’s wedding day and we can’t wait to see the professional shots from the amazing Leah LaRiccia.